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Intermediate Uveitis (CPR)


LVPEI

About This Course

The diagnosis and management of intermediate uveitis remains challenging as the clinical signs are relatively non-specific and usually do not reveal any disease identification pattern. Moreover, intermediate uveitis needs to be differentiated from spillover inflammation from the anterior or posterior segments. This course will provide you with diagnostic algorithms to meet these challenges.

Faculty to be announced soon

Course Structure

Date/Time Session Speakers/Participants
December 3rd, 6 PM "U & I" Session Dr. Anup Kelgaonkar and Dr. Soumyava Basu
December 10th, 6 PM Keynote lecture TBD
December 17th, 6 PM Special Interest Group Meeting TBD
December 24th, 8 PM International Grand Round TBD

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There will be one course released every month, with each module releasing every Friday, until June 2022.
Yes, you will receive one credit point upon completion of this course.
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